Puritan’s Pride posed this question for the residents of the 50 most populated cities in the U.S. – who cares most about their hearts?
Life’s a beach with this smoothie! A little bit of Greek yogurt adds a touch of thickness to give this smoothie the texture of a milkshake, while the fruits provide a healthy dose of Vitamin C.
While Hoarding Disorder is said to only impact “approximately two to five percent of the population” (APA, 2013), the everyday clutter and disorganization that affect most of us at one time or another may have a negative impact on our mental health. According to an article from the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (2009), “living in a cluttered home can create subtle, constant, low-grade stress”.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to exfoliate and moisturize all in one step? With this sugar scrub, you can do just that!
As humans age, we often spend more time at the doctors and we need to make more adjustments to our routine and our homes to help keep us comfortable. The same holds true for senior dogs.
Managing and mastering wavy hair might take some detective work, but there are some techniques that will help you rock the beach waves, instead of looking like you didn’t bother with a hairbrush that morning.
If you’re surprising your valentine with breakfast in bed or a thoughtful brunch, this Be Mine Berry Bowl is not only bright and colorful, but nutritious, too!
When winter arrives, running poses more challenges as temperatures dip below 20 degrees and instead creep closer to the single digits. For distance runners, the treadmill (AKA the dreadmill) isn’t the most appealing option. If you’re crazy enough (like me!) to brave the elements, here are some tips for road warriors to stay safe and warm!
At one time, low fat and fat free foods were all the rage. Anyone looking to shed a few pounds simply cut out calories, mostly from fat. We put our trust in medical professionals, and our doctors and dietitians told us fat would make us fat, so we need to stop eating it! Fast forward 20 years and obesity has skyrocketed, while high cholesterol, diabetes, and heart disease are more prevalent than ever.
High Intensity Interval Training can often be referred to as the Tabata method, which was named after and created by Izumi Tabata, Ph.D., a former researcher at Japan’s National Institute of Fitness.